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question about a BIOS setting

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I noticed this today as I was doing something in the BIOS. Under my PNP config, it says "Primary Graphics Adaptor" and it's set to PCI... should this be AGP? I'm running an AGP card, but I didn't want to change this incase it was something the computer only referenced to startup say in Safemode or something. Will this make any difference in framerates and overall performance with it toggled to AGP? Thanks!

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Yes, you should change it to AGP. The BIOS is detecting your AGP card and automatically switching to that setting but it will probably save a little boot-up time by making the change.I'm afraid it will make no difference to performance in FS2002.Cheers,

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Ok, I figured that is what happened, but I wasn't sure. Thanks!

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This is used only when you are using two video cards, one in the AGP slot and the other in the PCI.If you only have an AGP card changing this to AGP or to PCI will have no effect what so ever on Boot up time nor anything else.

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